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Graduate Operating Systems - Fall 2014 - Project Proposal

Goals Construct a literate discussion of your project proposal identifying key tasks, metrics, resources needed for execution, and work distribution among team members
Due Sep-29-14, 10 PM via Sakai

Before you begin working on your course project, you must submit a formal project proposal. The project proposal is meant to help you crystallize the details of your project and focus your energies on producing a high quality final paper. It will also help to clarify between you and the instructor what resources are needed, and what will be expected by the end of the semester.

Your semester project must involve the construction, quantitative evaluation, and scholarly exposition of a system. The term "system" may be interpreted broadly to include any kind of management software, including conventional kernels, virtual machines, run-time libraries, distributed systems, etc. For the project, you may use whatever languages and tools are appropriate for the task. The key aspect for the project is an in-depth instrumentation and analysis of whatever system you instrument or create, regardless of the overall novelty of your particular work.

Consider the audience for your proposal to be fellow students that are smart and capable but are not taking this particular class and may not have read exactly the papers that we have. The one-paragraph project idea (due Monday, Sept 15th) was simply a starting point for an idea. You should cast the project in your own words, elaborating upon and modifying the motivation and technical solution as you see fit.

Submission / Components

  • Submit your compiled PDF via Sakai

You will be evaluated per the following rubric.

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